Friday, July 3, 2009

Teggie Says, "Yo No Quiero Taco Bell!"


Life is full of lessons. A boy looks at a quesadilla filled with chicken and cheese and sees an excellent opportunity to reward his begging Corgi... Then a mother cleans up after the poor puppy for two days. She's feeling well enough to go to the Corgi meetup tomorrow morning. Stay tuned for photos...

Teggie turned 5 months old this week! She is getting to that fun age in which she sounds and acts like an adult one minute and a puppy the next. So I guess I have TWO young teenagers in the house now...

They look out for one another. But camps have been keeping my son very busy.

Teg stayed for a few days at the local pet hotel while we were out of town on vacation. At Teg's camp, she is never alone, but plays with dogs her size--including an adult Corgi who was not impressed by her greeting, "yap, yap, another Corgi like me!". Teg slept with the onsite family's daughter in the girl's bed. To our surprise, when the Tegster came home, she was very skilled at being still and quiet on the sofa. So now while we catch up on our DVR watching on certain evenings, Teg can stay up a little later with us before retiring to her crate. Teggie learned a lot in Corgi Couch Potato Camp.



In my son's latest musical theatre camp, he wrote a play that combines "Wicked" and "The Phantom of the Opera" characters and songs. Above are three photos from the production. Teg's favorite boy's singing voice is deepening...

These postings during the summer may be sporatic, so feel free to friend me on Facebook, where I upload Teggie photos via iPhone on the go...

Happy 4th!

6 comments:

ClassyChassy said...

Sure missed you on Blogger! Glad you updated! Your babies are growing up!

Kelly said...

Oh I can imagine how taco bell effected Teggie! Poor girl.

Chatty Crone said...

You have the cutest little puppy in the whole world! So cute! Another Corgi lover too!

And your sons plays and camps sound awesome. Saw the play Wicked myself and loved it.

You're having a busy summer too.

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.

a corgi said...

poor pup!! Koda has had his share of messes when he's eaten something that he shouldn't have. We always seem to learn our lesson after that to avoid that offending food.

What a talented son you have to had written that play; I bet it was fun to be part of and then to watch

enjoy your summer!

betty

Cathy Santarsiero, "The Christmas Corgi" said...

Poor Teggy. I love that your son wrote that play.

ocmist said...

Poor Teggie... upset tummies are NOT fun for ANYONE! Teggis is sure growing fast, but they do that!

Tonight's post for us is a picture memory album as it is the pup's 3rd (or 21st depending on the point of view) birthday. So as I'm putting it together, I get to see them grow before my eyes... That is one nice thing about having the pics! You will appreciate it SO MUCH later! Linda (OC's Mom)